When BABS takes a back seat
by Chris Doyle
In-season roster management in fantasy baseball is full of challenges. Cutting bait too early can sometimes prove traumatic, but holding on too long could mean a missed opportunity to land a big fish on the waiver wire.
Where it gets especially tricky is on the trade front. As a manager, you have control when adding and dropping players but when trading, all bets are off. Managers tend to overvalue their players or worse, become attached and refuse to deal, leaving you in a helpless position.
Of course, the big question is whether you even . . .
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